While the world watches how India handles violence against women, two new documentary films explore issues facing women in India.
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This October, join me and Kensington Tours on the trip-of-a-lifetime to experience India on a women-only tour of Delhi, Rajasthan and the Taj Mahal.
The entire transcript of my speech for the Women’s Travel Festival about facing fears, travelling in India and being a female solo traveller.
I’ve partnered with Kensington Tours to offer readers the best private, guided tours of India, including a women-only small group tour.
Thanks to an explorer’s grant from Kensington Tours, I will be going to India to trace the journeys of 16th century poet and mystic Mirabai, a woman ahead of her time.
I’m putting my heart on my sleeve and sharing my dreams of both travel in India & South Asia and helping women as I travel. Please share, comment!
Enter the WeGoSolo / Hostelbookers Dream Destination Contest before June 26 to win an accommodation gift voucher. Details included on the blog.
Many people are wondering if India is safe for travellers. Here’s my take and why I think you should both practise safe travel and keep your perspective.
International Woman’s Day is my birthday, and in honour of these occasions, I’ve written a long blog post about how it took me a lifetime to find my voice.
I can finally personally recommend a great place to stay in Delhi, India that is affordable, comfortable, safe and well-located: The Red Maple B&B.
In the wake of several highly publicized rape & murder cases, some are asking if women should travel alone. We say yes! And that is how #WeGoSolo was born!
As a long-time traveller in India, I admit it’s not easy. The ideal solution is an India tour, which is why I am announcing a dozen new Breathedreamgo Tours